Las Vegas flights from $895 return with Fiji Airways

Andrew Munro 20 November 2017 NEWS


Grab this deal and see it for yourself.

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You can fly all the way to Las Vegas for only $895-$900. Return flights from Sydney to Las Vegas and Brisbane to Las Vegas are only $895, while return flights from Melbourne to Las Vegas are $900 even.

Finding cheap flights is usually a roll of the dice, but not this time. If you're looking at Australia-USA sale for under $1,000 you're in the great value ballpark. So when you manage to get it under $900 return you know you've found value you can bet on.

These flights are all full service with a combination of Fiji Airways and Virgin Australia, so depending on the route you might also be able to find a leisurely tropical island stopover en route.

There's no set end date for these deals, except when the flights all disappear.

Just pick out your travel dates and follow the booking link to I Want That Flight.

Flights to Las Vegas on sale:

From To Travel dates Price Book
Brisbane Las Vegas 17 Jan - 14 Feb 2018 $895 return Book your flight to Las Vegas
Sydney Las Vegas 17 Jan - 14 Feb 2018 $895 return Book your flight to Las Vegas
Melbourne Las Vegas 21 Jan - 16 Feb 2018 $900 return Book your flight to Las Vegas

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